St. Louis People: Flamenco dancing, Schlafly Repeal of Prohibition Festival 

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Flamenco dancers at Sol Lounge and beer enthusiasts at the Schlafly Repeal of Prohibition Festival make up this slideshow of St. Louis people. Pics 1-8 are from the Repeal Festival, held on Saturday, April 12, and pics 9-12 are of Flamenco dancing Sunday, April 13, held at Sol, located in Midtown. Pictures by Anastasia Folorunso.
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The Swing DeVille, a Maplewood-based band, played mix of bluegrass, swing and jazz during the Repeal Festival held Saturday.
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Food was served throughout the day at the Repeal Festival.
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Guests were kept warm by numerous fire pits set up on the Schlafly Bottleworks property.
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More than twelve varieties of beer were available under the tents, including the raspberry ale.
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The longest line though, was for the traditional hops beer.
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Despite the cold temperatures, people seemed to have one hell of a time.
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While it's unclear whether this dog had a chance to lick up any beer, it appeared to be doing fine among the crowd.
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Most ended the day with a tour of the Bottleworks facility.
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Los Flamencos and guest artists, Pier Franco, dancer; Henry Claude, percussionist; Andrew "El Gitanito" John, singer; and Josie Niemira, singer, performed at Sol Lounge Sunday night.
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The Swing DeVille, a Maplewood-based band, played mix of bluegrass, swing and jazz during the Repeal Festival held Saturday.